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Foreword by Ron Jeffries & Afterword by Lyssa Adkins

Tobias Mayer has always brought both enthusiasm and skepticism to scrum. Whether you agree or disagree with him, and you're likely to do both, the essays in this book will always give you something worth thinking about.

Mike Cohn, author of Succeeding with Agile: Software Development using Scrum

Tobias Mayer’s signature move is to pick up a stone and throw it through our glass house, smashing our old paradigms and causing us, after some pain and turmoil, to say, “OK, my comfortable way doesn’t work anymore. Now what?”

Lyssa Adkins, author of Coaching Agile Teams

Tobias Mayer has a really interesting mind: wide, deep, imaginative, and quirky. I value the quirky most because it's unpredictable. But in hindsight his jumps reveal themselves as the result of intelligence and rigor. What's more, he gets those jumps gracefully down on paper so that we can all participate.

Lee Devin, author of Artrful Making and The Soul of Design

Tobias Mayer is known in the agile community as a brilliant and evangelical orator, an innovative trainer and an extraordinary trouble maker. You could call him the Hunter S. Thompson of the software arena, and no one who knows him would laugh. This book is a collection of essays drawn from his writing over the past seven years on the blogs Agile Thinking and Agile Anarchy, missives from the front lines of agile practice that represent the next generation of thinking on conventional agile topics like self-organization, technical debt and estimation–and utterly original writing on new topics like organizational anarchy, corporate oppression, the effect of testosterone on business practices, and artisanal product development.

Moving beyond the mere how-to, this is a book to excite the emotions and the intellect in those of us who have chosen the path of scrum to guide us in our work lives. Not since Paul Graham’s Hackers and Painters has the discussion of software development been elevated to this level of world-view-changing discourse. In Tobias Mayer, technology has an exciting new voice to lead us into the brave new world of agile practice.

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  • Editora: Dymaxicon (2 de maio de 2013)
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Wonderfully Insightful and Courageously Honest 23 de julho de 2015
Por Ron Quartel - Publicada na Amazon.com
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As an agile coach with years of experience and much reading, I am refreshed to finally find something so unique and insightful on the topic of Scrum. Tobias has captured what Scrum is really like, from the trenches so to speak. In publishing this book, I feel Tobias was courageous enough to call out what others have been unable to see or just afraid to say in the wider scrum community. I am grateful not only for the insights, but for the public display of courage.

You’ve read the Cohn series of scrum books. You’ve applied all the cookie cutter methods – story points, planning poker, modified Fibonacci sequence, Scrum of Scrums, burn down charts, team agreements, definition of ready, meta- scrum etc. etc. and something still doesn’t fit. If this is you, then you are likely to be ready for this book and possibly also ready to call yourself an agile anarchist.

This is now my number one favourite book on Scrum.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas The next generation of Scrum 8 de julho de 2013
Por tobias - Publicada na Amazon.com
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A quick warning first: This book shouldn't be your introduction to Scrum. It doesn't explain any basics or how to get started. There are plenty other books about that and honestly if you're looking to get into Scrum, a workshop might fill your needs much better anyways.

Now that out of the way, this is by far the best book I read so far to improve my work as a Scrum Master. It takes the basics points of Scrum, twists them around, digs right to the core and spits them out again. Finally an author who doesn't just repeat the works of Sutherland and Schwaber, but scrutinizes every artifact and meeting in the process. Here's someone who obviously worked with Scrum, encountered many problems (...which are surprisingly often the same that I ran into) and offers his hindsight to these issues.

Now the book doesn't offer exact solutions to the problems that can arise while working with Scrum, but instead looks into what is actually causing these problems. To me this was way more helpful than all the other books I ever read. If you work with people, problems that arise can be complex and can't be just "solved". However, if you understand why these problems arise and what can cause them, you can eventually find a way to tackle the issues. And to me, that is essentially what a Scrum Master should do.

It's obvious that Tobias really and truly believes that Scrum not only works, but is at it's core the best way to develop software and with this book he helps to bring it to a whole new level. I would even go as far as to call it Scrum 2.0. Even though it's obvious that Tobias would hate this random, superficial term. :)
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5.0 de 5 estrelas beautifully written 3 de setembro de 2013
Por Craig - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I think this book by Tobias is beautifully written. There is real craftmanship in the prose here.

The book is made up of independent self contained stories and reflections on various themes related to the Agile Software Development movement. Each one is a parable seeking to impart some of Tobias' wisdom onto the reader.

Hopefully people will be open to the ideas. It isn't for beginners or for people who think agility is about technical excellence alone. It is about values and mindsets and the way we choose to live.

Some of the parables are better than others, and it is slightly uneven, but overall, it has a great message and is of great quality.

You may well already know everything he wants to share, but hearing these stories and reignite spirit and passion, and if this ideas are new to you, then you'll be charged and energised at the opportunities waiting for you.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas What's Important 11 de julho de 2013
Por Sue Shreve - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Tobias talks about transformation from the perspective of the Intrepid Explorer, the Ragged Pathway and the Promised Land. Agile transformation is not a cookie-cutter process. At its worst, it is facilitated, top-down, by the Scrum Police armed with their "Agile SDLC" and an "I'm not here to be your friend". But, Tobias talks about Scrum adoption as an awakening. If a sustainable Agile transformation is allowed to happen, it emerges through honesty, open mindedness and willingness. It happens organically.

Tobias's book is rich with thoughts and ideas that cause commotion for a mechanical mindset around Scrum adoption. It gets you thinking about what is really important. I found this book inspiring and insightful. The People's Scrum is a great book. Thank you Tobias. Nicely done.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas A book for improving your skills in Scrum and changing your mindset 20 de julho de 2013
Por Paulo Rebelo - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Tobias is genius in writing this awesome book in a way that you really have to switch your thoughts about Scrum. After reading it, the book has reinvigorated my professional passion with Scrum. I love acting as a ScrumMaster and Agile/Lean Coach, and Tobias answered some questions that I can make better. His work cuts right to the core. I am very excited to write this review, because Tobias really deserves it. Every ScrumMaster, Product Owner, manager, developer, and so on, must read it. It's very cheap and brings to us another step in our journey of transforming an organization into Agile. Scrum is a framework that really works, embrace it, follow it and you'll never go back to your old concepts. Thank you so much, Tobias Mayer.
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